Hey, gang.

I’m putting together a list of all of the anthologies Tabetha Jones ever published, whether it was through Zaphyr, Mystic Press, Phoenix Fire, Silver Fang, Dark Storm or Sweete Sinz. Did I miss any?

Please, if you can think of the names of any anthologies, let me know so I can put together a comprehensive list.

Here are the ones I can think of:
A Rose in Darkness
Beautiful Disaster
Bloody Kisses:
Blood Games
Deviants after Dark
Glass Hearts
Lead me to Temptation
Misery Loves Company
Naughty Witches and Deviant Desires*
Primal Howls
Scarlet Sins
Tattooed on my Skin
To Her Lover’s Dismay
When Light Fades
Wicked Enticements
Wicked Wonderland

I’m not sure Naughty Witches counts as an anthology. Right now, only Ana Lovelace and Zoey Sweete are listed as authors. We all know those are both Tabetha Jones under fake names. But it seems to me that it was once an anthology by that name with more author names on it. Please correct me if I’m wrong.
Same thing with Wonderland and Tattooed.

If you can think of others, please mention them in comments, thanks.

4 thoughts on “Hey, gang.

  1. Her “own” collections bear scrutiny, too, if for no other reason than to see of there’s any copied, mimicked or flat-out stolen content in them. Just because her name’s on it, that doesn’t mean she’s the only one that wrote it.

    And remember, she doesn’t have to steal your content word for word in order to be plagiarism, piracy or theft of copyrighted material. If it’s close enough in content, or contains any part of your work, it’s still theft. like, say, a line or two from somebody else’s erotica for one of “her” poems. That’s theft of their material, a slap in the face and a stab in the back.

    As every single anthology comes out, all of you authors need to read them carefully to make sure nothing of yours is in it. I know I will be.

  2. Update:

    As of June, 2016, Tabetha Jones has no publishing companies in operation that we know about, so our investigation of her has been halted. The point of examining her in the first place was to advocate for authors that reported no royalties and other related abuse from her. If she’s not involved with publishing anymore, that job’s done.

    The posts about her remain in public view in case she starts a new one in the future.

    If more publishing concerns about Tabetha Jones (Willis, Farmer Hoover, Saulters, etc) – AKA Zooey Sweete, Emerald Rai Fleurs, et al – arise in the future, we will post relevant updates. But for now, we’re focusing on happier topics.


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